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Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly

Phoebis sennae


The Cloudless Sulphur is the most common & widely distributed species of all Sulphur butterflies and has four named subspecies.


Southern Canada south to South America. Open areas; parks, yards, roadsides, fields, scrub & seashores. Host plants: Cassia species in the pea family (Fabaceae). Adults nectar from long tube flowers including cordia, bougainvilla, cardinal flower, hibiscus, lantana, and wild morning glory.

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Small Wonders
Small Wonders 8 years ago

Thanks Luis!

LuisStevens 8 years ago

Another beauty!

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Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico

Spotted on Feb 21, 2013
Submitted on Mar 5, 2013

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